Wednesday, July 11, 2007

iPhone-y reports today (via ContentAgenda) about the Apple iPhone and how hackers are trying to turn the "locked down" bit of technology into a useful phone.

What does this mean to us?

Well, the more useful the phone is - logging onto the net, compatible with cell services other than AT&T (the inheritor of the bastard demonic, tumor-inducing cell service that was Cingular), downloading content - the more people will want to get one. This opens up the doors to people downloading your pulpy creations.

Apple, it seems, wants to have the key to the door.

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